Which African country has the most powerful military? Africa's dignity extends beyond its environmental assets to its military forces' virility. These African militaries are the cause that opportunists are no longer invited on the continent, unlike in the past.
Angola (rank 65) is ranked sixth.
Angola's army has performed brilliantly for many years. In a country the size of 32,522,339 million people, there are over 120,000 military personnel, according to recent data. The current power index for Angola is 1.0799.
5. Morocco is ranked 53rd in the world.
Morocco, which occupies the nation's extreme far right and upper edges, is known for its well-organized military. With a total of 35,561,654 people and 500,000 military troops, the nation has a strength index of 0.8739. The army ratio is roughly 1.4 percent, according to these estimates.
4. Nigeria is ranked 35th in the world.
Perhaps you're familiar with the history of the Nigerian army and how expertly its soldiers are trained. A community of 214,028,302 people is protected by almost 120,000 military soldiers. For a nation with such a large population, a defense ratio of 0.1 percent is rather realistic. The current power index for Nigeria is 0.6241.
South Africa (number 32) is ranked third.
South Africa comes in third, just behind Algeria, with a strong national defense force. In a country with a population of 56,463,617, 81,500 military soldiers are sufficient. It has a power index of 0.5665.
Algeria is ranked 2nd (out of 27 countries).
The military-to-population ratio in this western African country is around 1.1 percent. In military actions, the 470,000-strong military demonstrates might and tact. The power index calculated by GFP is 0.4439.
1. Egypt (number 13)
Egypt's defensive posture is reflected in its population estimated of 104,898,490 people and over 920,000 army personnel. The power index for this country is 0.2216, which is even higher.
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